Brush painted solo by artist Jasmine Crisp, the Yorketown water tower mural took over a month to complete. She made the design in consultation with local community members and the final concept has now been brought to life.
What we see on the water tower truly represents the key features of the town's surrounding landscape. There is a field of bright yellow canola flowers, as well as wheat crops and pink salt lakes.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service plays a key role in delivering emergency and essential health care services to regional South Australia. As a not-for-profit organisation, they have assisted thousands of people over the years and continue to do so to this day. Hence, it is only apt that the mural also pays homage to their incredible work.
Located on the outskirts of Yorketown, you won't miss it as you drive along Stansbury Road. This is again a favourite of mine, together with the water tower at Edithburgh.